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Connecticut lawmakers again are proposing to eliminate Connecticut’s film production tax credit.

House Bill 5110, which was introduced by the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee, would repeal the “Digital Media & Motion Picture Tax Credit,” which offers tax credits to production companies that spend at least $100,000 on films in Connecticut.

According to data from the state, Connecticut’s film production tax credit has awarded over $1.5 billion to production companies since its inception in 2007.

The bill has received support from the group Connecticut Voices, which is asking lawmakers to repeal the film tax credit program and redirect those funds to a new state-level child tax credit.

Among the companies opposed to the proposal is sports media giant ESPN, which has its main campus in Bristol. 

Should CT eliminate the film production tax credit?
Yes (23%, 125 VOTES)
No (77%, 418 VOTES)
Poll Description

Connecticut lawmakers again are proposing to eliminate Connecticut’s film production tax credit.

House Bill 5110, which was introduced by the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee, would repeal the “Digital Media & Motion Picture Tax Credit,” which offers tax credits to production companies that spend at least $100,000 on films in Connecticut.

According to data from the state, Connecticut’s film production tax credit has awarded over $1.5 billion to production companies since its inception in 2007.

The bill has received support from the group Connecticut Voices, which is asking lawmakers to repeal the film tax credit program and redirect those funds to a new state-level child tax credit.

Among the companies opposed to the proposal is sports media giant ESPN, which has its main campus in Bristol. 

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